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. sunday night at 7:30 on c- >> next the president honors sergeant clinton romesha with the medal of honor. after that, a ceremony honoring former secretary of state hillary clinton. on monday, president obama honored sergeant clinton romesha. this is the fourth time that a living iraq or afghanistan veteran has been awarded the medal of honor. this is half an hour. ♪ [fanfare] >> ladies and gentlemen, the president of the united states and mrs. michelle obama, accompanied by medal of honor recipient staff sgt clinton romesha.♪ ["hail to the chief"] >> let's pray. eternal god, from whom we come to whom we belong, and in whose service we find peace, such as written to be found in the spirit of truth and justice. on yourselves. the men of valor. be ready for the conflict. today, lord, we recognize men of valor, who in readiness for the conflict, the battle came upon them. their sacred story is one of life and death, suffering of servants faithfully rendered at the moment of truth. they belong to that small band of black knights. and a nation grateful for the men who follow and the men wh
armor secretary of state hillary clinton. after that, the astronaut charles duke. on the next "washington journal" a political roundtable with david winston and steve mcmahon on issues facing congress, including the sequester and federal spending. then cybersecurity with larry clinton. also, north korea's nuclear program. "washington journal" live at 7 a.m. eastern on c-span. >> on thursday, defense secretary leon panetta hosted a ceremony honoring former secretary of state hillary clinton. this event includes remarks by joint chiefs of staff chairman general martin dempsey. this is 45 minutes. >> present.♪ [playing "star spangled banner"] >> please be seated. ladies and gentlemen, the 18th chairman of the joint chief of staff, general martin dempsey. [applause] >> secretaries, flag officers, our guests today from the department of state, happy valentine's day. [laughter] the lore of martyrdom says that saint valentine was martyred because he was marrying soldiers who were forbidden to marry by the roman law of the day. he was a man who loved soldiers and servicemen and wome
overall no skill though low wage jobs and with bill clinton to do real things. john: i think the public is against zero young voters are liberal and open what you want government to do? create jobs somehow the free market does that. >> a free lunch excel -- sounds good as 60% of job creators of the federal government is hawse style. how can they do that and create jobs? they can't. it is a paradox. john: this was done by the job creators alliance who wants to speak out. your ceos in general have not wanted to participate. >> but the small business people are speaking out saying the federal government is hostile and inhibits job creation and dampens freedom with 79 pages of regulation. >> they are intimidated by political correctness. >> or they may be targeted by the irs if they speak out >> looked at standard and poor's. they did for a job but so did the competits they lower the rate of the government and the government targets them. john: next to michele obama there was a big difference praisi business but now has a captive customer base. you have to please your customers every second
have thousands of press dents. >> chris: when the impeachment trial of bill clinton happened, they wanted to know what happened to the trial of andrew johnson in 1868. >> one question was, has anybody other than a member of the house ever presented a case against -- on the floor of the senate. >> chris: richie's answer was no. >> he should be removed from office as president of the united states. >> chris: congressmen had to make the case against clinton, not their lawyers. recently, senators have been asking lots of questions about the filibuster. and ways to stop it. >> they all recognize the senate would be a different institution and, quite frankly, they'll say, the senate would be just like the house of representatives. which is something the senate doesn't want -- >> not a compliment. >> not in the slightest. we have files on filibusters and we have files on every, single person whoever served in the senate. >> chris: he took us into the archives of the office. picking a fill at random. >> i pulled out, butler, the first senator from alaska. >> chris: and also have 35,0
tax federal spending. then, larry clinton on the federal cyber security alliance. then a talk about north korea's nuclear program. ♪ host: good morning, welcome to "washington journal." "the new york times" reports that the white house is working on an immigration bill as a backup plan. in case congress does not come up with its own legislation. the president is seeking executive action. we would like to hear what you think about president obama using executive orders to work around congress. here are the numbers to call. for republicans, 202-585-3881. for democrats, 202-585-3880. for independents, 202-585-3882. you can also find us online. sadness a tweet at twitter.com/c-spanwj -- send us a tweet at twitter.com/c-spanwj. you can also e-mail us at journal@c-span.org. this story is from bloomberg news. host: looking at one of the executive orders that he assigned -- that he signed an tuesday, it relates to cyber security and cyber issues. the president issued an executive order designed to strengthen the cyber security of critical infrastructure last week, which some say could get
. >> that doesn't mean they tidwell. >> gerald ford, george h.w. bush, and little billy clinton. >> i don't think mark liked the speech. >> let's try to be slightly dispassionate about it. [laughter] you have a whole host of problems in society. the liberal answer is to find it a government program that will fix id. state of the union address. the conservative approach is in what way is the government passed a regulation and taxation and corruptions and hindrances of all kinds holding back to this incredible engine of the private sector, which historically has provided unpresident -- unprecedented prosperity and liberty in america? that is the difference between the parties. rubio, if you look at the transcript -- i will not speak about the delivery. it was hot in there and he was obviously thursday. [laughter] the transcript was an excellent explanation of the conservative argument that what is coming america is a sclerotic, obsolete hanging onto every regulation, every increase in taxation, i thought he did it well. the problem is, he should have done it in a studio somewhere well-prepared. >>
to capitol hill earlier this week said that secretary of state clinton called the libyan-- >> schieffer: we know that. >>eeo behalf of the president and we carried out a very robust reaction to the situation on behalf of the-- >> schieffer: were you aware of what was happening? >> throughout the night. not only were we briefing him we were convene the united states government, the deputy's committee and the national security council and i will we worked it throughout the night. the secretary of defense the chairman of the joint chiefs worked this throughout the night. here's the important thing bob. we did everything we could that night-- which by the way was borne out by the review board. they said the washington-based effort was a good effort that did everything it it possible could have. but the question from the president now is mao-- what have we condition to make sure this does not happen again? and he demanded of us his team, be that at the state department, be that at the white house or the pentagon ear the intelligence community to make sure this never happens again and he won't pu
stay with us. >> we'll be right back. >> hillary clinton formally resigning as the 67th secretary of state, expressing her pride while speaking to fellow state department employees on her final day. >> i'm proud of the work we have done to elevate diplomacy and development, to serve the nation we all love. >> clinton making history as the most traveled secretary of state by visiting 112 countries, traveling almost 1 million miles, and holding 1,700 meetings with world leaders. former massachusetts senator john kerry taking over as the new secretary of state. [ indistinct shouting ] >> baltimore ravens fans celebrating their big super bowl win, filling the streets after their team's 34-31 defeat over the san francisco 49ers. the win, which at first, seemed a lock with an earlier 28-6 lead, almost slipping out of the ravens' hands after a bizarre power outage plunged part of the stadium into darkness and slowed their winning momentum. but in the end, the team holding on for its big win. malala yousufzai, a 15-year-old pakistani girl shot by the taliban, telling the world she is reco
clinton and an iconic hollywood cowboy. >> and how this year's america's cup race has become a sea of uncertainty for san francisco. >> and the weather forecast for today will be a beautiful sunshine. plenty of sunshine around and more details ahead after the break. ,,,, ,,,,,,,, america's cup races: this w, we learned mayor ed lee is considering scaling the event amid concerns that the city hasn't been able to rae enough money to host it. and k-p-i-x 5's mike sugerman explains why some of the moy needed... might have to come from you. track 1 could money troubles . >>> economic trouble set in. one by one boats dropped out of the race, leading only three competitors. >> now it is a smaller race with only three boats. that means less money for the city. >> san francisco needs to put in about $30 million. it raised $14 million so far from private donors but is having trouble getting more. mayor ed lee is the may not point man. >> i thought you and i would get on the boat and then look for if million dollars. [ laughing ] i know. >> a million dollars? >> oh, gosh! >> but even if it
budget cuts known as sequestration. >> question. when former president clinton took the helm during an economic downturn, he said he had a quote laser-like focus on the economy. how would you describe the focus of president obama's state of the union pat buchanan? >> he did pivot back toward the jobs and the economy but overall this was a very libbal brail speech, something we have all heard before nothing new in it and a dead on aarrival speech. he is not going to get the minimum wage, not going to get the assault weapons ban, not going to get amnesty, not an awful lot of the things he has in there. he is appealing to his base and appealing to what he sees as the majority of the country, which probably does support most of what he said. it was a very political speech but in terms of what is going to be abe complished i don't think it was at all relevant. >> eleanor? >> it was in tune with the country. he is going to get immigration reform, something he can call a victory on guns, probably universal background checks and legislation to curb gun trafficking, the gun that killed the y
for upper-income taxpayers they're going to go back to clinton-era tax rates. but the point in trying to make with this one chart, this is the real world. the idea that tax cuts pay for themselves is not the real world. when one side believes one thing in one side believes the other, there is not much room for consequence. i will come back to white, and they should be part of how you think about this. why is it that the two sides believe such different things? why do one depend on evidence and the other on broad principles about the size of government, individual liberty, and so forth and so on. so let me -- i can do this. of want to go back to that. let me move on to the experience . i am sure -- you all understand, and i think most people agree that the signature issue for the bush of illustration, the ones that had the most consequence and the ones that will shape the bush administration's place in history, that tax cut and the invasion. so you can imagine how difficult these decisions were and with respect before going in a committing all those troops and hundreds of billions of d
're going to go back to clinton era tax rates. but the point i'm trying to make with this one chart is to say, this is the real world, and the idea that tax cuts pay for themselves is not the real world. and when one side believes one thing and one side believes the other, there's not much room for consequence. i will come back to why and this should be part of how you think about this stuff. why is it that the two sides believe such different things? why does one depend on defend -- evidence and the other on broad principles about the size of government individual accomplish so forth and so on. so let me -- i want to go back to that. and let me move on to the experience with iraq. i'm sure you all understand -- and i think most people would agree -- the signature issues for the bush administration, the ones that had the most consequence and the ones that will shape the bush administration's place in history -- were, one, the tax cuts, and, two, the invasion of iraq. so you can imagine how difficult these decisions were, and with respect to iraq, before going in and committing all t
the night of september 11th and when secretary clinton said she had a clear eyed view of the threats we faced in libya, the secretary of defense and chairman of the joint chiefs said they knew that night it was a terrorist attack and knew of the reporting coming out of libya from ambassador stevens says we cannot defend the consulate. she was not clear eyed. she was blind and deaf and the president of the united states never picked up the phone to call anybody in libya to help these four people under attack. the first ambassador killed in 30 years. they withheld information. i think they manipulated the evidence after the attack to create a political narrative rather than sharing with the public the truth about an al-qaeda attack that was preplanned and precoordinated. we will get to the bottom of this. >> chris: let me ask you one more question about the sequester before we let you go, senator. you know if we go into the sequester the president is going to hammer republicans. the white house has already put out a list of the terrible things that are going to happen if a sequester kicks
. >> . >> the pushing the president clinton mum to the max. president obama repeating calls today for a 24% hike in the federal minimum wage to $9 an hour. some folks here say don't raise it, get rid of it and that will really help jobs. are they right? hi, everyone, i'm brenda buttner, this is bulls and bears. let's get right to it. here they are the bulls and bears this week, gary b smith. john layfield. jonas max ferris along with larry glazier and caroline. gary b, forget hiking the minimum wage, you say scrapping it altogether is how to get better paying jobs. >> states with the highest minimum wage in many cases, higher than the current minimum wage that the fed, federal government outlines has higher unemployment than those states with lower minimum wage. look, it's simple economics, something which this current administration doesn't understand. when you raise the cost of labor, you have a surplus of labor, that's true in comments, stocks, whatever. when you have a surplus of labor, what do you have, brenda? you have higher unemployment and simple as that, this administration doesn't und
clinton made a terrible speech at democratic national convention. and went on the carson show and-- >> ar the pac says if you give money, you get a water bottle. hydrated. >> jon: tweeted this hispanic senator and the media tells it. and nen nen dez ignored. >> the reality with menendez there's substance abuse to be covered and not getting into the issue with underage prostitutes i think it's unclear what went on there. the stuff that is clear they don't want to cover, but they want to cover someone taking a sip of water. i actually didn't see it live and i watched it the next day and i sat there the whole time thinking what, i don't understand this. you know, and then this little moment of sipping water is the whole story? >> in the meantime he did make the cover of time magazine, which put him on there and called him the republican savior. jim? >> well, nothing like that the expectations game. (laughter) i guess there is no such thing as bad publicity. >> at least he has a foreign poli policy. >> he says i'm not a savior, jesus is a savior, that will cut well with evangelicals. cut well
the republican party back by studying of all people, bill clinton, their pariah of 15 years ago. >> all right. frank lautenberg announced his retirement this week. we hear so much about polarization in crong, blame it on redistricting. one thing to look at is the number of freshmen or first-term senators. my colleague, the cook political report, looked at the numbers, amazing. by 2015 we could have half of the senate elected since 2008. so when all of us talk about, remember in the old days when they would sit down and work these things out, there's nobody left from the old days. democrat and kentucky worried about ashley dud candidacy. kneel like they might have a chance if they can have a conservative democrat run against mitch mcconnell. chris: ashley judd is a native and will take on the senate leader? >> possibly. and you're seeing they're feeling perhaps they can goad her into running. chris: they're going to kill her. they're going to kill home run. movie star in kentucky. >> guns, immigration, hakele. huge issue over the next few months is voting. few lines in the state of the union.
who would later ron go to work for secretary clinton to go and start thinking about did we want to even help people to use social media to democratize. so he created groups of friends, for instance people who would help overthrow terrorism and columbia who could chat with people in the middle east who were trying to deal with terrorism, as a week starting to use the social media. but i am trying to understand now read is an accelerant, it isn't the cause of the trend but it is an accelerant to read what is interesting is what is happening in the social media in china because the regime is doing everything it can to control the internet. it's terrified of the internet and in fact packing into the servers to try to find that last human rights advocate and the social media is going wild in china and the regime isn't so certain that maybe it's not a bad thing that people have a way to vent through social media so you remember the story of the girl that was run over in the streets, that exploded into the social media in china but i would say to the regime it's one thing people will j
famously denied. i never deny or contradict and i sometimes forget. think hillary clinton and leon paneta and susan rice and john brennan, all part of the parade of prevaricators in the hearings and media interviews and denying and forgetting what happened in the u.s. mission and a c.i.a. safe house in bengazi in september 11th 2012, protecting the boss is critical despite the fact he won reelection with a campaign unsullied by the hint that his team misguided the attack. we found out the president went missing that night as four americans fought for their lives and lost. this latest startling tidbit that obama was out of the touch with with testimony from leon paneta and in a letter senate to the senate runs by the white house. they demanded answers to key questioning, questions. did anyone get in touch with the libya government to get help. white house said no, not that night but the following. september 12th after the u.s. ambassador and three other mirns met their deathings. it turns out former secretary of state clinton and mr. obama spoke to each other during the attack but neither
on the california politician who challenged president clinton and the iconic hollywood cowboy as well. >> but first, skiers watch out for the new kid on the slopes. the record breaking dash down the mountain. >>> a beautiful sunday under way for the bay area today. mostly sunny skies. temperatures a bit chilly to start out with but it's going to be a nice day and then things will change. details still ahead. on the slopes. it made racing history th >>> a wild ride for an off road truck on the slopes that made history this weekend at the mount snow resort in vermont. it's the first time a four- wheel drive truck attempted to do that, race down the mountain on the same track as snowboarders and skiers. it was armed with seven specially designed spiked tires to get through the icy terrain there. the occasion simply to thrill fans and give insight to the future of motor sports. >> i think the key is in the second one, the future of motor sports. i think we'll be seeing more than that. speaking of sports, it's also the chinese new year run which kicks off
for bill clinton. so, we will start with the president. benghazi. campaign stuff. gentleman, what do you say? >> it is not campaign stuff. that was four months ago. we are in february and repeatedly learning more things because of the confirmation hearings. the republicans are doing a good job forcing the white house to answer more questions. although we have a lot more to learn. >> i was surprised and struck by the president's statement about benghazi. i know he wants to move forward. >> that was a stunning statement. i have never quite seen something like that, it reminds me of nixon and watergate. something is going on, when john mccain used the word "coverup" woodward was on with chris wallace and he said a lot of these are legitimate questions. we don't know...no one knows from the evacuees interviewed by the f.b.i., we don't know what the president was doing. there are four dead americans and what is happening, it is getting more and more the case that this is developing --. >> why would he even go from, doug? >> he raised the issue. >> here is what he is trying to do. he is trying
knew he was an artist? this is president clinton's former labor secretary robert reich 4'11" but he stands tall in the world of economics. reich draws his own cartoons to illustrate complicated economic ideas. we recently chatted and drew with professor reich at his office on the cal campus. he is a fascinating man, to see the full segment we invite you to go to our website nbcbayarea.com/the interview. >>> how about another political heavyweight from the bay area, kamala harris is not only a hot topic here in town but also in washington, could president obama tap her for a national appointment? harris talks to us candidly about politics and how she unwinds in her personal life. >> now to a woman named one of america's most powerful women by "newsweek" magazine. >> welcome to the charmed political life of kamala harris. local locally, we've seen the 48-year-old oakland native rewrite the history books. >> sit. you must sit. >> as she climbed the ladder. nationally washington insiders say it's only a matter of time before she heads to the capitol. flattering to hear your name, every
an interest in policy and ran for office successfully? >> guest: well, i think bill clinton is the most obvious example. um, he writes in his memoir that sometime in his 16th year he decided that politics was the real calling for him. and so at that point he became very cognizant of the idea that he wanted to run, and he began looking for electoral opportunities. so when he was in his open 20s and there was an open congressional seat in arkansas, he figured that was a good time to throw his hat into the ring. and he thought even if he lost that race, there would still be a good shot, that he would perform well enough not to ruin his political career. and sure enough, he lost the race, but he ultimately ran for attorney general and won, he game governor and then, obviously, president. >> host: so if somebody loses their first race, how much of a turnoff is that to them? >> guest: i don't think it's that much of a turnoff. that's not my major focus of research, i'm interest inside why people do it in the first place. i ran for congress. i ran in rhode island's 2nd congressional district i
are william jefferson clinton come extremely popular yourself, you are in trouble with the public and the congress is in the process of falling to republicans. do the right they never wanted to set and a small and cheap for us to strike down the genocide or alternatively, do you forego justice and preserve your own political position by instead staying out of rwanda and remembering the public was still pretty mad about the debacle in somalia. that question answers itself, just as traded off against each other. >> host: what about the book? >> guest: b.c. an extraordinary black-and-white struggle. this is not for people who like shades of gray in the third three treacherous villains. at the same time the response in the penultimate struggle between good and evil, they are entrenching characters who have twists and turns and then benefit wanted to concentrate on someone, probably the race place to start is column/spiegel, the most interesting and asset character in the book. >> host: let's address a black-and-white issue because this is the case for scholars like me, we want to get
in 36 hours and hillary clinton said his days are numbered. he has an ability to hold on and iran is supporting him . cemeteried by russia. they are supporting him and he has a long way to go. >> the u.s. has not intervened in syria as why did in libya. what is the difference here? >> you have the russians protecting syria in the united nations .... and second of all, you are learning now after the third or fourth time. the devil we know and what israel is looking at is it better thant devil we don't know. syrian rebels have ties to al qaeda. you think about what libya had in terms of womans. that is tonka toyce in tef of the syria with the defense . get to iranians in termless of tankings and armored personnel carriers. the stakings are much higher and united states and staud saud backing off and you know, we may not want to stee how it terms out and let them fight amongst themselves before the rebels are going to win. >> you covered the hot spots. you are right there on the front line. you ever get scared doing this stuff? >> being scared is what keeping you alive and you hope y
was how unapologetic the endorsement of activist government was, this was eons from the bill clinton presidency. this is an unapologetic look, look, government will do the following things for you, suggests to me that he thinks he has the liberal majority in the country? >> yeah, and not having to fun again for reelection, having just won, the pretense is falling apart from cares a lot about debt and deficit reduction, a lot of new programs, a lot of of new spending and i think as we said, 2014, we find out if the congress is going to be able to stop those programs in the last two years of his term. >> i think there's more going on here as well, paul than just the president sort of figuring out how to fight in the political trenches. he records himself as a historic figure and referred to him. >> paul: the he reverse reagan. >> the reverse reagan. he's referred to himself in the same league as lbj and fdr and lincoln or mahatma gandhi, he's looking toward the future and didn't see that he has the liberal majority. >> paul: if it doesn't pass how does he go down in history. none of it
president would probably be bill clinton because he was the last president to give us a capital income rather than a deficit. my favorite president would probably be zachary taylor because not many people know about him. i think so far i don't have a favorite president. i don't feel too educated with politics yet so you know, as a college student i feel like i should say obama. i just recently watched the lincoln movie so i would have to say lincoln is my favorite president because all he did was free the slaves and everything." valentine's day is a day of love and on campus it was also a day to show support. at the event center plaza there was a dance-a-thon to protest violence against women. the event was part of a nationwide movement called one billion rising, and it happened not only in san jose but across the globe. ">>>yanyin choy, battered women activist; this event is important because the violence against women is a local and global epidemic. i hope that people regardless of their gender will continue to be apart of the movement to end violence." the dance-a-thon also raised m
]. and i was inviethved to the white house with president reagan, president bush, president clinton, i have all those things. why? because i take the people, singers, students, and children and i did so many benefits at the club which i was commended by many organizations. so, i don't know cesar latin palace 15 years from 11:00 to 6:00 every sunday for [speaker not understood]. i'm applying for this license because people, they don't have a place which they can [speaker not understood] music, [speaker not understood], i went to cocomo. my place is now finished. something is wrong, it's very sad. very sad, but nice place. i sold the business because my doctor did that some practice. i was completely paralyzed from my neck down. whatever you see, i went [speaker not understood] to get well. and i play piano and god gave me that gift and i want a great piano for you and anybody to enjoy life. >> thank you very much. commissioners, do you have any questions? >> i see here that there are on your application that you said there is -- are no organizations that you could have spoken to or done any
they didn't support the surge in iraq, get after hillary clinton. she voted against the surge. get after barack obama, he voted against the surge. get after the entire joint chiefs of staff at the time. they were all against the surge. and you can make the case that the surge worked in a tactical way. it still hasn't worked in its ultimate, strategic objectives for reasons that i discussed, and in the meantime, it did cost a lot of money and probably, you know, a thousand extra american soldiers died in the implementation of that surge compared with if you just pulled them out. was that worth it? i don't know. i don't know. we don't know yet. but it's not, it is not a clear-cut fact that the surge worked and we won and that sort of thing. as for the jewish lobby question, i mean, you know, let's get real. the israeli press, i mean, i'm jewish. the israeli press refers to aipac as the jewish lobby. okay, it's a little -- and, you know, aipac has had this thing going for years where anybody who criticizes israel, they say, oh, well, you're anti-semitic. you're really talking about jews, yo
is the "a-team." former clinton adviser, fox is contributor, and from washington d.c., senior better for thewalk -- washington times. so, the gunman, of going to start with you. the idea that he wants to run. is the floating this? is somebody just trying to make a little trouble here? >> let me tell you a secret about politicians. lou: we're listening. >> from the city council on up, they all think that lightning will strike and they will be elected president. the illinois state senator who lost a race against. and look where he ended up. so i think he takes this very seriously. lou: what do you think? >> i think that if elected we would certainly need a word sensor in the white house. lou: there is a half stag on twitter. the expression. whether he speaks, i guess, but it has more -- what to they call , f-bombs. >> expletives. i think nothing makes the republicans happier than the heady of the democrats' nominating rock -- the chicago mayor. that is a real boost to the party. practically the most unlikable person in national politics today. lou: the suspect that he is behind this. i
's the message to hillary clinton. reports that the former secretary of state is america's most popular politician. it obama, bynum and john gibson. let's go live to capitol hill. >> i was assuming that was an unsolicited video. we are all broken up by that. i am extremely troubled. tom, what do you make of this? are you surprised? she is a delight. she is a delightful person. >> women love her because she is a strong educated woman and she takes you back. >> how much does the favorable press help her? nobody asks tough questions. >> she has had a free pass her whole career. except when she ran against obama, of course. but she is the most popular politician in the country, but she is no longer a politician. she doesn't have to debate. she does president have to take the top policy [stances|instances] and this terms of debating other people she gets to travel the world. it is a tough job. but what has she done that is the remarkable thing? >> i can't think of a single thing. i went through the list. if you look at the middle east and if you look at iran from three years ago and syria, n
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